Preserving Columbia's past for future generations : is it still possible?

Authors
Trinkley, Michael
Chicora Foundation
Keywords
Foundries--South Carolina--Columbia--History , Historic buildings--Conservation and restoration--South Carolina--Columbia--History , Columbia (S.C.)--History , Richland County (S.C.)--Antiquities
Abstract
This paper describes the 1993 Chicora Foundation study of the Arsenal Hill Park site, an antebellum neighborhood in Columbia, S.C., that was also the historical location of Palmetto Iron Works, a foundry operating until the early 20th century that produced weapons and other items; describes necessity of community support in preservation efforts.
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1995-09-06
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2020-05-15T19:37:50Z
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2020-05-15T19:37:50Z
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Copyright 2001 by Chicora Foundation, Inc.
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